Netflix wants to continue its hot streak of Korean dramas hell Bound, from a new police procedural horror series train to busan Director Yeon Sang-ho. hell Bound tells the story of surviving under social chaos when a group of supernatural beings appear and condemn people to hell while a new religious group interprets them as divine will. A new trailer has been released ahead of the show’s screening at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival starting next week. You can watch the trailer below.
based on webtoon hell, written by Yeon Sang-ho and illustrated by Choi Gyu-seok, hell Bound There is a distinctive original series that aims to combine religion and supernatural horror. Furthermore, the series takes an unconventional approach in its storytelling as it happens to be a police procedural drama. The following plotline featured in a TIFF press release sheds some light on Hellbound’s ambitious story.
“hell Bound, a series about a nation facing a new phenomenon of ‘sinners’ who are literally condemned, and a growing religious sect led by Jang Jin-soo (Yoo Ah-in) . Police detective Jin Kyung-hoon (Yang Ik-joon) is investigating the incident of ‘announcements’ and ritualistic killings. Investigating the mysterious sect are broadcast journalist Bae Young-jae (Park Jung-min) and Min Hee-jin (Kim Hyun-joo), the lawyer for the accused sinners. These three investigators find answers in this wildly original commentary on one nation’s growing concerns.”
Cult, ritual, hell and demons- hell Bound It seems that is all. Yeon signed on as director in April 2020 after Netflix decided to adapt its webtoon hell. Yeon wrote the screenplay hell Bound with him hell Illustrator Choi Gyu-seok. Choi himself is a famous author whose famous webtoon awl Having previously been adapted into the 2015 television drama, Songgot.
Netflix announces full cast hell Bound In July 2022, well-known Korean actor Yoo Ah-in (burning, alive), Park Jung Min (hunting time, psychokinesis), Kim Hyun-joo (glass slippers,), Won Jin-ah (Life) and Yang Ik-jun (breathless)
Yeon Sang-ho rose to fame directing the 2016 action horror film Train to Busan. The film proved to be a huge success at the box office, as well as being praised for its fresh take on the zombie horror genre. train to busan revolves around a batch of survivors trapped in a high-speed train in the midst of a zombie outbreak in Korea. The film was praised for its well-developed characters, emotional tone, and never experienced fear before.
a standalone sequel train to busan: peninsula, was released last year amid a real virus outbreak but did not live up to the expectations. In other news, James Wan and Gary Dauberman are adapting train to busan For American audiences, with Indonesian rising star Timo Tjahajanto (night comes for us) at the top.
hell Bound The TV series’ primetime schedule will have its world premiere at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival, becoming the first Korean drama to make it to the festival. hell Bound Will also be screened at the 26th Busan International Film Festival in October. It is unknown when the series will stream on Netflix. However, October has been seen as a potential release month. we will have more news soon hell Bound. Till then, stay tuned.